In This Review

God's Country and Mine
God's Country and Mine
By Jacques Barzun
Atlantic (Little, Brown), 1954, 344 pp

In these observations and reflections on the cultural and social scene in the United States, Professor Barzun has a happy capacity for remaining cool on many issues which cause most temperatures to rise sharply and yet displaying eloquent enthusiasm or dislike for a number of features of our life which he feels warrant more attention. The result is a brisk and witty appreciation of our machine-age democracy.